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Who said  starting a small business was easy? Things are never easy for small business owners. There are many problems that are encountered by these owners throughout the course of managing a business. These include things like hiring the right people, building a brand and so on.

For a business with relatively few employees, adding an HR person or team can seem difficult and sometimes unnecessary. Most of the time, the CEO or the owner is himself the hiring manager. Unlike large business which are stuck with policies, procedures and traditional solutions, small businesses are free to look less at these traditional procedures and build new methods.

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For a small business to hire right people may require spending some extra time sorting through all those applications. And then, assessing candidates skills, interviewing them can consume extra time and when you have no or limited people to work.

Why Small Business should use Online Pre-Employment Testing?

Assessments are a vital part of determining candidate's knowledge. Pre-employment testing software will help small business who do not have the adequate screening resources, to hire the right candidate without any efforts and extra time.

1. Reduce Administrative Time

There is a lot of time, efforts and hassles involved in screening resumes, scheduling interviews, organizing test, etc, whenever any screening process is to be undertaken. And conducting this process with limited resources can be difficult. With pre-employment testing software, these hassles disappear, saving time and money. Moreover, the productivity increases multi-fold.

2. Eliminate hiring errors

A bad hire can be very costly for a small company, surely you don’t want a bad hire at a very initial phase of setting up a company.

3. Get Instant Results

The online assessment software gives instant results with details such as -

- Raw scores

- Strengths and weaknesses in various skills relevant for the job role

- Percentile scores

- Pass/Fail

- Proctoring Details

- Relevant candidate details

These reports and analytics give actionable insights.

4. Assess Technical Knowledge with ease

It is not possible for the hiring manager of the small company to assess or screen a candidate’s technical knowledge as they may not have the technical expertise. Online  assessment software solves this problem too.

How Interview Mocha can be of great help?

Interview Mocha help small business solve their problem of hiring the right candidate for the available positions. Interview Mocha’s online pre-employment assessment software can be a major asset for small businesses. Hiring costs take up a large chunk of the overall recruitment budget. Interview Mocha help reduce unnecessary elements in hiring process that directly increase the costs and unnecessary, unproductive time on low-value aspects of recruiting by Zero Cost Hiring.

Interview Mocha’s online pre-employment testing software offers ready to use tests on the web. These tests cover technical, communication, aptitude tests, etc. You can use the available tests or create custom tests by adding your own questions. These tests can be assigned to various job applicants either in your own company or can allow the test taker to take the test at his convenience. There are various proctoring features to prevent cheating. Immediate reports are available which give actionable insights.

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Now you can simply leave your initial process of hiring up to us. You will surely recruit better and faster with us. Why not give it a try, its super easy. You just need to Sign up and see it yourself.

Nikita, Interview Mocha
Nikita, Interview Mocha
Content Writer at Interview Mocha

Topics: Pre-Employment Assessments

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